Revolutionary Russia: New Approaches
Rex A. Wade
Psychology Press, 2004 - History - 275 pages
This collection presents the major recent writings on the Russian Revolution and its context. It brings together key texts to illustrate new interpretive approaches and covers the central topics and themes. Together, the chapters in this volume form a coherent representation of both the events and the theories and debates that relate to them.
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